Brilliant Non-Toxic Cleaning Products Recipes {Guest Post}


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Brilliant Non-toxic Cleaning Products Recipes

Having perfectly clean home at any moment is the dream of every person. Of course, if it was possible to have your home cleaned without investing so much money in all these detergents and products, it would be more than perfect. Although some of them have proven their efficiency through the years, most of them still remain toxic, and in many cases, dangerous for your health. Whether or not you think eco-friendly is better, you can turn to other options, when it comes to the cleaning of your home.



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Choosing the green cleaning recipes made by you will save you a lot of money and will guarantee that your health won't be endangered in any way. Some strong detergents can even cause allergies to children or to people whose skin is more sensitive. For that reason, I advise you to forget for a while about the traditional methods for cleaning and focus your attention to  the following DIY ideas for non-toxic cleaning products. I guarantee that they are effective and easy to be prepared at home.

White Vinegar and Citrus Peels
For this green recipe you will need a jar which to fill with citrus peels. It is better to choose organic ones and to add undiluted white vinegar to them.  The solutions needs to stay for at least 4-5 days until it can be used. After it is  ready, you need to strain the vinegar and use it as a cleaner. This is an idea for DIY product for windows cleaning as well and for mopping of the floors. It is also suitable for disinfecting a wide range of surfaces.

The Perfect Cleaner For Your Oven
If you want to escape from traditional methods for the cleaning of your oven, I suggest to you this great idea. Supply yourself with baking soda and make a paste of it, adding a suitable amount of water. The paste could be made directly on the bottom of the oven and left there for at least a couple of hours. You will be amazed by the effect of the paste and you will definitely adore this chemical-free way to clean your oven. Easy and effective, isn't it?

Clean and Fresh Air with This DIY Air Freshener
If you have decided to freshen the air in your home in a completely natural way, here is one wonderful idea. You will need a saucepan in which to put the natural ingredients and a significant amount of water. Then you can add 1 sliced lemon, 2 or 3 tablespoons rosemary and in addition, if you like, a dash of vanilla to make the scent really pleasant. I assure you that this DIY home air freshener would appeal to all of your relatives and guests.

These are some of the interesting ideas for non-toxic cleaning products that are effective and easy to be made. Basically, for any type of DIY cleaning products you will need baking soda, white vinegar, borax, different essential oils and, in many cases, hydrogen peroxide. Make sure that you also have citrus peels and some fresh herbs, in case you have actually decided to forget about all the traditional and expensive methods for cleaning.

I hope that even if you are not a fan of the eco-friendly cleaning, you will try at least one of these wonderful ideas. It is never too late to be creative and to try different alternatives, when it comes to cleaning. This way you will preserve your health by getting rid of the chemical products and all the toxic substances used in a great part of the detergents offered on the market.





Author Bio: Anna W. Aamone works for Wimbledon cleaning carpets. As a professional cleaner she knows the downsides of the commercial cleaners and shares with you her favourite non-toxic cleaning recipes which are budget-friendly as well.

1 comment:

  1. Great tips. Baking soda is one of my favorite things. I use it as my antacid and it works so much better than anything I've picked up at a drug store. I need to try the oven cleaning trick!

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